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[Flag of Halifax]
by Jaume Ollé


See also:

Flag of Halifax

The arms were granted on 15 July 1999. The flag is a banner of arms, blue with a yellow saltire and a white disk in the center. In each arm of the cross is a short arrow pointing from the center. Yellow ships are on the hoist and fly side of the flag, with a bird in the center.
Jaume Ollé,


Former Flags of Halifax

Provisional Flag
[Provisional flag of Halifax]
by Jaume Ollé

The provisional flag was white with the name of the city name in yellow over a wavy line and "Regional Municipality" in blue.

First flag of Halifax (to 1995)
[former flag of Halifax, Nova Scotia]
by Jaume Ollé

The flag of the City of Halifax is a banner of its arms.
Chris Pinette - 02 April 1999


Former flag of Dartmouth

[former flag of Dartmourth, Nova Scotia]
by Chris Pinette


Status of the flags

Chris sent the flag of Dartmouth - any note as to the date? Dartmouth and Halifax no longer exist as separate entities - they (plus Bedford and Halifax county) were rolled into one as the HRM (Halifax Regional Municipality) over a year ago. Last I heard (last fall) they were still arguing if they needed a flag or not.
Rob Raeside - 03 April 1999


The flag for Halifax was adopted on July 1, 1992 when the city received it's arms.

The Halifax Regional Municipality came into existence on April 1, 1996 as a result of the amalgamation of the cities of Halifax and Dartmouth, the Town of Bedford and Halifax County Municipality.
Chris Pinette - 03 April 1999

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